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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Fans will enjoy this fun fixer upper collection

    'This Old House¿. In affluent Dupont Circle DC his partners Adam and Whit Thomas ask Cole Carruthers to persuade the elderly woman who sold them the Victorian fixer upper house to please leave so they can get on with the reconstruction project. However, he is greeted by sexy Aubrey Matheson who rejects his efforts to remove her insisting the house is hers. She does not reject his attempts to examine the bedroom first hand together.---------- 'All About Adam¿. When they kissed, a stunned Becky Carter fled from the arms of realty rehabber Adam Thomas. However she regrets her panic and he wants to raise the heat.------------------ 'Man at the Door'. After receiving unwanted notoriety artist Erin McHugh wants to be left alone except from renovating her home. However site foreman Ray Hammond persuades Erin to let him live in the house to reduce the calendar time it takes to finish the job he has not told her this job includes a lifetime guarantee with her.---------------- The link between these three contemporary romances is the Dupont Circle project in which the lead couples (and readers) will discover every nook and cranny can be used for a tryst. HARD AS NAILS is a fun anthology although the hunks at times become wet noodles instead of nails. Fans will enjoy this fun fixer upper collection.------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2008

    Smoldering

    Hard As Nails by HelenKay Dimon delivers three smoking hot stories in one novella. -------------- This Old House has Cole Carruthers matching wits with Aubrey Matheson. Aubrey has parked herself in a house Cole needs to restore. Aubrey is looking for missing jewels her brother hide there after he stole them. Her attraction to Cole is messing with her concentration. Cole at first wanted Aubrey gone but now he doesn¿t want to ever let her go. ------------------ All About Adam has Adam Thomas confronting his former week long fling Rebecca Carter. Adam hasn¿t forgotten that week filled with passion. Neither has Becky but she has a client to protect right now and can¿t afford to be distracted. Adam is pulling out every trick he knows to keep Becky around full time. ______________ Man At The Door is the story of Erin McHugh. Erin is happy to have a home that she can use as a studio and living space. She isn¿t so happy about the contractor Ray Hammond. Oh he is very qualified to do the job but his hot stares and being much younger then her bother her something fierce. Ray sees something real and special in Erin and will do anything to get her into his bed. ______________ Hard As Nails is another keeper by HelenKay Dimon. Each story has interesting and compelling characters. Their chemistry snaps and sparkles and is smoking hot. Each story blends seamlessly into the next. Kudos. ______________

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